(Book) nerd alert: I have an affinity for World War II novels. They’re often based upon true events, profoundly sad (I dig sad — it’s a Pisces trait), always uplifting and consistently share this sentiment: The human spirit is unbreakable.
Enter Pam Jenoff’s The Lost Girls of Paris. I ate up this tome over Spring Break.
Taking place during and shortly after World War II, this book shares the perspective of three different women — some of which are thwarting the Nazis in German-occupied France. Nail-biting and melancholy — you will find this compelling read as inspiring and honors the bravery of the unsung heroines of WW2.